Graphic 45 Cafe Parisian Quick and Easy Thank You Notes Video Tutorial
Graphic 45 and Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop
Hello, G45’ers! What a fun post I have for you today! There’s a Cafe Parisian Quick and Easy Thank You Notes Video Tutorial and a fabulous blog hop, too! The G45 team is hopping with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. (Did I mention that there are prizes up for grabs on both the G45 and Scrapbook Adhesives blogs? Woo-hoo!)
Working with the Scrapbook Adhesives Mega Runner made short work of putting layers together. The 3D Foam squares added lots of fun dimension to these simple cards.
You will love the fact that this notecard set can be made in under an hour. The secret is using G45 Staples ATC Thank You Tags, Cafe Parisian chipboard flowers, and a very simple card design.
I actually used scraps from another Cafe Parisian project to make these cards, so they are affordable, too!
Sometimes, you just need a pretty card in a hurry, and this layout is one that you can use with other collections.
Tie the bundle of cards together with a ribbon and use as a hostess gift, or just keep them on hand for those moments when you need to write a quick thank you note.
Quick and Easy Cafe Parisian Note Cards Video Tutorial
Here’s a YouTube video tutorial so you can make your own set of quick and easy thank you notes.
Thanks so much for joining me here today!
Kathy … thank you so much for these video tutorials. It makes things so much easier when you (I) see how something is being made.
I think you’re fantastic… but then you know that.
LOVE this tut.
Have a blessed rest of your day ~ love ~ Cobs. x
Thanks for sharing this with us today…inky hugs to you….oxo
Hi Kathy, thanks for the video, these are darling, and a wonderful gift . good way to use more of our prints. I enjoy your videos, I am a visual learner, an love these….hugs.
Beautiful cards. I love quick cards and papers that do the work for you. Thank you, for the great video. I always admire your loopy bows on your projects. I would love a tutorial showing how you make them. Mine never look anywhere as good as yours. Have a great day.
Hi, Shirley! I learned how to tie bows by watching the Really Reasonable Ribbon tutorials on YouTube. Then I just practiced and practiced. If you haven’t watched those videos yet, you might want to give them a try! Thanks for the lovely comment!